PuroClean of San Tan Emergency Flood and Related Water Damage Restoration Services


We know that dealing with emergency property damage can be frustrating, so we want you to feel at ease throughout the process and experience only minimal disruption to your daily life.

Our technicians use the latest equipment to measure the extent of the water damage accurately and thoroughly restore your property while keeping you and your insurance agent updated each step of the way.

PuroClean of San Tan will respond to your water damage emergencies with professionalism and courtesy, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Water Removal Process:

  1. The first thing our technicians will do is remove damaged materials that will either be restored or discarded. These materials include baseboards, insulation, furniture, upholstery, carpeting, carpet padding, fragile wood, drywall, and more. 
  2. After the damaged items are removed, we begin drying out the water and disinfecting the affected areas. Specialized tools like air movers and dehumidifiers are typically used in the drying process. 
  3. Our technicians will then handle mold damage in the restoration process. Mold-infected surfaces will be disinfected and restored as quickly as possible to prevent mold from spreading.

Emergency Water Extraction

We begin by extracting any standing water found in your home or business using high-grade equipment, strategically placed to extract all water from the area.

  1. The first step requires immediate water removal through our advanced pumping machines. Once the water has been extracted, all affected belongings and structures will be removed and either stored or discarded.
  2. Once completed, the equipment will be removed, and the water will be discarded elsewhere by PuroClean of San Tan’s technicians. 

Drying & Dehumidification

Once all areas requiring this process have been identified, the areas are isolated and prepped for drying and dehumidification. 

  1. Removal of belongings and upholstery will be necessary to ensure that the process can be done thoroughly.
  2. When ready, your local PuroClean of San Tan technician will place air-moving machines around the isolated area. Keep in mind that these machines are loud. The fans will be focusing on areas of the house or business that contain moisture, to pull out any trapped water. 
  3. Next, the water will be pulled into the air and the fans as they go through the dehumidification process. All of the water pulled out will be disposed of by the PuroClean technician in another location.
  4. To ensure that everything is drying, a PuroClean of San Tan technician will monitor moisture levels. Once moisture levels are normal, any removed items will be placed back in their original locations. 

Carpet Restoration

Carpet restoration is the process that PuroClean of San Tan uses to take your damaged carpet and restore it to its pre-loss condition.

  1. The first step is to find the source of the water damage as this determines whether or not your carpet is salvageable. 
  2. If the findings of step one show that the carpet is salvageable, any remaining water is removed through water extraction. 
  3. Then, high-grade air-moving fans will be used to remove the moisture from the carpet to prevent mold growth. 
  4. PuroClean of San Tan’s technicians will keep you and your insurance agent updated during the drying process. 
  5. Once the carpet is dry, all equipment will be removed from the area, and all belongings will be put back into place. 

Carpet Cleaning, Deodorization & Spot Removal

Any carpet that has been affected by water damage is subject to mildew formation, which can cause an odor to spread not only in the affected room but also throughout the entire home or office. Any such odors can be removed from your carpet with proper cleaning, deodorization, and/or spot removal.

  1. Our technician will begin with a complete inspection and vacuuming of your carpet. 
  2. Then, your furniture will be removed to repair your carpet.
  3. Spot and pet odor treatment will be done, should the need arise.
  4. Fiber or textile protection is also available, which will protect and prolong the value of your carpet.

Water Damage Do’s and Don’ts


Repairing water damage is very important, but the safety of all parties is our main priority. Whether mitigating or restoring water damage, the following tips will help reduce the risk that you will suffer a setback due to a rain event, flood, faulty plumbing, or leaking A/C or roof. 

What to Do

  1. Turn Water Off: Shut down your home’s water supply and call a plumber for repairs. 
  2. Use Caution: Watch your step as floors may be slippery. Also watch for trip and fall hazards, as well as for exposed electrical wires.
  3. Remove Water: Mop up as much water as possible. In cool weather, open windows to speed drying; in hot weather, if safe, switch on your A/C. 
  4. Prop Up Upholstery: Remove all loose cushions and prop up upholstered furniture. 
  5. Manage Area Rugs and Obstacles: Remove rugs and pick up any items that may be sitting on the floor. 
  6. Dry Storage Containers: Open wet suitcases and storage boxes; and, if possible, dry them in the sunlight. 
  7. Protect Valuables: Move paintings and other artwork to a safe, dry place.
  8. Dry Clothing: Immediately dry all garments. Hang fur and leather goods to dry at room temperature. 
  9. Protect Furniture: Place aluminum foil or plastic under furniture legs on wet carpeting. Open, but do not force, drawers and cabinet doors to dry out their interiors. 
  10. Call PuroClean Immediately: Call PuroClean of San Tan at (480) 566-2300. Our trained technicians are highly skilled in water damage restoration.

What Not to Do

  1. Don’t Use a Vacuum Cleaner: Only use a wet vacuum, which is equipped to handle water. DO NOT USE your regular household vacuum.
  2. Don’t Operate Electrical Appliances: DO NOT USE TVs, radios, computers, ceiling fans, or any other electrical appliances while standing on wet carpets or floors, particularly concrete or tile floors. 
  3. Don’t Touch Outlets or Plugs: DO NOT PLUG OR UNPLUG any electrical appliances or touch anything that is already plugged in. 
  4. Don’t Turn up the Heat: Keep interiors cool because mold grows in heat and moisture. 

Dangers of Not Resolving Water Damage

Blocked Drains and Sump Pumps

Hair, grease accumulation, toiletries, dirt, and other foreign objects can obstruct the drainpipe and prevent regular drainage. When clogged drains are not addressed promptly, they may easily back up and cause flooding and damage to your home’s interior. An inefficient, obstructed, damaged, or failing sump pump will leave your basement dealing with large quantities of water that cannot be drained. Being unable to evacuate the water can lead to costly flood damage. Here are some tips to help maintain your sump pump.

Extinguishing a Fire

Many people wouldn’t think of it, but a common side-effect of fire is dealing with heavy water damage. First Responders and emergency sprinkler systems douse the entirety of the property under considerable amounts of water in an effort to stop the fire. We also have had many events where people looking for a place to hang their clothes, use the pipes for the sprinkler system, which triggers the sprinklers, flooding many floors at times. Read our list of facts about home sprinkler systems.

Roof Leaks

The physical integrity of your roof is vital to maintaining conditions on the inside of your home. Over time, natural wear and tear will cause roofs to weaken and leaks to form. When the roof is breached, precipitation will enter your home and begin to cause damage in its wake. If the water damage is not addressed within 24-48 hours after the intrusion, the standing water and buildup of humidity may lead to mold growth. Find out what actions you should take if you discover a leak in your roof.

Ice Dams

Ice dams form on roofs during a cycle of snow precipitating, melting, then refreezing. This is caused by the heat of the attic rising upwards and causing the frozen snow to melt into liquid water. The liquid water runs off towards the edges of the roof but refreezes in the sub-freezing temperatures, resulting in a buildup of ice along the edges of the roof. This damming effect will then cause snow and ice to build up and put your roof in major jeopardy of being overloaded and damaged. Read our guide towards the most effective means of preventing ice dams on your roof.

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San Tan Valley’s Water Damage Remediation Experts

Exceptional Service

Throughout the water damage restoration process, we constantly think about you and the job at hand. We strive to ensure you are completely satisfied and that we exceed your expectations of a water damage remediation company. 

Our QuickDry System™

The PuroClean QuickDry System™ uses applied psychrometric science — a proven process that properly manages dehumidification and temperature. This system will effectively and efficiently facilitate drying and help ensure that your water-damaged property is restored..

Water Removal Proces

PuroClean of San Tan‘s trained technicians care for your property and belongings with respect and compassion, while ensuring water damage, both visible and invisible, is corrected.

Mold/Odor Removal

Our technicians will sanitize the mold-infected structure, and through the use of our HEPA air filters and HEPA vacuums, we will remove contaminants that are at risk of becoming airborne. This way, your property will be in its cleanest and safest state.

PuroClean of San Tan is prepared to respond immediately to remove standing water and moisture from your property regardless of the origin of the damage. Our team is IICRC certified and will fully restore your home or business located in the San Tan Valley, Queen Creek, Gilbert, Mesa, and East Valley areas to its pre-damaged condition. The goal of our water remediation service is to prevent further damage and avoid mold growth. Call us today at (480) 566-2300.

PuroClean Emergency Flood and Related Water Damage Restoration Services

  • Water Removal

  • Emergency Water Extraction

  • Drying & Dehumidification

  • Carpet Restoration

  • Carpet Cleaning, Deodorization & Spot Removal

  • Mold & Odor Removal

  • Reconstruction

Urgency and sensitivity

Recognizing that water damage causes a devastating setback to families or businesses, our Paramedics of Property Damage™ respond with urgency and sensitivity 24 hours a day, seven days a week to professionally salvage your property. We understand the trauma you are facing so we rescue your property with compassion and minimal disruption to your daily life.

Detailed and Accurate Assessments

Our professionals identify the full extent of water damage, both visible and unseen, by using sensors such as moisture detectors and hygrometers. Meanwhile, we help homeowners overcome their feeling of helplessness by explaining the process in a way that they can understand what is happening, what to expect, and what they can do.